Machinefabriek's Stuip and Staar are two minimal drone performances captured at the Cross Street Chapel, Manchester (UK) and the Toneelschuurm, Haarlem (NL). Running just under an hour his processed guitar textures rise and fall, stretching their substance through etheral minimalism, slowly evolving epic heights, and sublime moments of symphony.
Rutger Zuyderveit's work has been gained much attention over the past few years through performance, his self-titled imprint, and releases at labels such as Type and Lampse. We're pleased to have him join our ranks and carry forward the ambient series of One releases previously visited by past alumns such as Loscil, Makunouchi Bento, Kaneel, and Kwook.
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June 5, 2012 Subject:
Ok.. now we agree on something
Now this time I'll agree with 000_000 as opposed to the Loscil release where I thought he was being absurd. In fact, I can't put it better than what he already stated below so I'll leave it at that. Great stuff!
April 30, 2012 Subject:
I'm not sure why no one rated this yet. This is 2 live recordings a little under an hours run time. This is an amazing release. I love how the guitar drones slowly build from silence to barely audible to intense drones. Very minimalistic, but in my opinion this is an example of guitar drone at it's finest. This is one of the best netlabel release's hands down next to natural snow buidings 2010 double (free net label only) album centauri agent. A must have in your collection by this amazing artist!